Blake Reid Band performing Stampede at the King Eddy in 2017. Photo credit: Sebastian Buzzalino.
With live tunes running afternoon ‘til night, the legendary King Eddy is saddling up for another year of boot-stompin’ good times during Stampede 2022, from July 8-17.
The reigning CCMA-winning Country Club of the Year and 2022 Western Canadian Music Award-nominated venue is a five-minute walk from Stampede Park, so it’s the perfect spot to take in a show and grab a bite and a brew before heading to the grounds.
Catch ticketed evening sets from the Eddy’s main floor stage with headliners that include electric country cowboy Robert Adam (July 8), country favourite Drew Gregory (July 12), country/roots raconteurs Blake Reid Band (July 13), and the King Eddy Opry country variety show (July 14).
Tanya Ryan will be returning to the Eddy stage for a daytime set. Photo credit: Sebastian Buzzalino.
Treat yourself to a Hangover Brunch from 11:30 am to 1:30 pm with barstool balladeer Ryan Langlois (July 9), country-folk songsmith Carter Felker (July 10 & 17), and country singer-songwriter Tanya Ryan (July 16). And make your way down to the East Village from 4:30 pm to 6:30 pm on July 8 and 12 for early sets from country and western singer Matt Masters. Daytime shows are no cover.
Mosey on down to the Eddy for some boot stompin’ good times. Photo credit: Sebastian Buzzalino.
“If you’re headed to the grounds or looking for a fun-filled night out during Stampede, stop by the Eddy for top tier entertainment in an intimate space with loads of history and some of the best comfort food in Calgary,” said Ryan McLeish, General Manager of the King Eddy.
The King Eddy’s main floor kitchen will be serving up a special limited time Stampede menu. Custom cocktails and craft brews will also be on tap to fuel up concertgoers.
Stampede at the King Eddy runs July 8-17, afternoon ’til night. Ticketed evening shows are on sale now at kingeddy.ca. Seating for no cover concerts will be available on a first come, first served basis.
Special thanks to Craig Senyk Initiatives for supporting Alberta artists to perform live during Stampede at the King Eddy.